The Court has framed guidelines for maintenance and it includes payment, criteria for determining the quantum and date from when it has to be awarded. It also covers overlapping jurisdiction on the issue.
The Supreme Court has sought the Central government's response on a plea seeking "gender and religion-neutral uniform grounds of maintenance and alimony" for all Indian citizens in the spirit of Articles 14, 15, 21, 44 of the Constitution and international conventions.
The Court has given progressive judgments on women’s property rights. While some ensured equal rights to daughters even when the father had died, others saw to it that married women were not left in the lurch due to desertion.
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The Supreme Court has agreed to examine whether certain provisions of the Special Marriage Act of 1954, which allows personal records to be made available to the public for scrutiny 30 days prior to the intended marriage, violate the right to privacy of the parties.